• Year : 1995
  • Height : 660 cm
  • Width : 1450 cm
  • Category : Skúlptúr
  • Sub-category : Umhverfislistaverk

Location: Reykjavík Botanical Garden. The basic idea here is a connection to the forces of nature in Iceland. The artwork can be likened to earth which cracks, creating rifts and fissures. Water collects in clefts, freezes and splits rocks in two. The artwork is partly underground, partly sticks out from the ground, creating a ravine, but a part of it also spreads on the earth’s surface. It forms a line through the stone inset in the gardens, indicating the direction of the chasms in Iceland’s strata. The water flow is ever-changing, like in nature, and the artwork constantly changes appearance, and its sound also changes because of different water pressure.

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